Google Design

September 1, 2015

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I’ve always hated the Google logo. Today, they launched a new updated version of their logo and it’s fantastic. Even better is their article explaining their process in creating the logo.  It’s a great read.  My favorite part of the article is how Google tested their new logo for maximum legibility on all mediums. We  … Read more

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Think beyond the homepage

July 3, 2015

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We feel that companies generally spend too much time on their homepages. They try to make sure that the homepage has everything on it and homepages tend to be cluttered. Many executives look at the homepage as a poster or flyer for their company and spend little time focusing on the interior pages where most of  … Read more

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What color is your screen?

May 17, 2012

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One challenge when designing websites is the color variations on people’s computer monitors. The below graphic has 3 squares. One is completely white, one is completely black and the middle one is 50% black. Make a web designer happy and adjust your monitor colors to be sure that there are no tinges of color in  … Read more

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How to Communicate Colors

October 21, 2010

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Its difficult to describe colors. Often a client will say the want “royal blue” but their idea of what that shade looks like and our idea may be very different.

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Worst Website Ever

September 30, 2010

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I would like to give a shout out to the designer who created “The World’s Worst Website“. A designer created the site to show all the rookie mistakes, all on one page!

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What is your favorite font?

June 16, 2010

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Fonts inspire strong feelings in designers. Helvetica, our favorite font, is the subject of a film. And we pride ourselves because we can tell the difference between Helvetica and Arial. Can you? Take this quiz. There are other fonts that we love: Meta, Univers, Futura. For the web we love Georgia when the design calls for  … Read more

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